Video released in FW police shooting that left man paralyzed

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A grand jury chose not to indict Collie on a charge of aggravated assault of a public servant.

"I want to emphasize I believe, my client and his parents believe the vast majority of officers are good people, decent people who deserve our respect and treated fairly," he said. "They don't deserve to be lumped into a class with the bad officers."

The District Attorney's Office says all officer-involved incidents are reviewed by a grand jury and that case is still pending.

Collie's attorney says he has not filed a lawsuit. And while he doesn't rule it out, it's not what he's focused on right now.